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    #1

    Question Idiom

    Hi all,
    Would anyone please tell me what this idiom means?

    'We came to a point when we realised we should do all stuff off our bat.'

    Thanks alot.

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    Re: Idiom

    The phrase "off our own bat" means "by ourselves" or "on our own initiative".

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